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Monthly Archives: February 2011
After a few delays (first the 22nd, then the 25th, then the 28th), David Ferrucci has posted answers to questions sent by viewers, etc. via PBS’s NOVA website. I think it is worth the wait. I like that his answers … Continue reading
This post is just to point out a few sources that discuss Watson’s potential, among all the hubbub about Watson, intelligence, and the future that is now out on the web. Natural language and unstructured sources of information Now that … Continue reading
So Watson won. So what are we supposed to think?.
Now it can be told. IBM’s Watson won the Jeopardy! challenge. It’s one for the record books. I was home Wednesday trying to get better, so instead of writing a long blog post about it, I’ll mention that there is … Continue reading
One of the things I wondered about in a previous post has now been cleared up: does Watson get to know what the other players have said? (We know that Watson cannot “hear” in the sense of picking up audio … Continue reading
I’m not a fan of trivia games, but I couldn’t resist seeing how this would go. I got clobbered! My spouse’s score was higher than the machine’s. The URL below is to the New York Times’ website, under “The Watson … Continue reading
NOVA show on IBM Watson last evening.